Chargers send Attaochu to IR, call up Carrethers

The announcement was a few days ago, but its official now, Attaochu to IR Another one bites the dust. We were told this was coming a few days ago, but as of today it’s official. OLB Jeremiah Attaochu has been added to the Injured Reserve list and will miss the rest of the season. Nose Tackle Ryan Carrrethers has been called up to take his spot on the 53 man roster. We...
Via Bolts From The Blue
1 hour ago

Three Chargers who must play big vs. Buccaneers

Before each game, I will be covering three players who need to perform well to help the Chargers come out on top. The Chargers face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 13. The Chargers are 5-6. Since the beginning of the season, they have been scratching their way back to .500. On Sunday, they have […] Three Chargers who must play big vs. Buccaneers - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A San...
Via Bolt Beat
2 hours ago

Not so fast L.A.: Chargers relocation rumors nothing but the same

Everybody relax. If you were one of the many fans who read in the news recently that a Chargers move to Los Angeles seems “inevitable” and that “there is no reason to believe that they will play anywhere but in L.A. in 2017,” I’m going to need you to calm down. There is no reason to […] Not so fast L.A.: Chargers relocation rumors nothing but the same - Bolt Beat - Bolt...
Via Bolt Beat
2 hours ago

Chargers call up nose tackle, place Attaochu on IR

The Chargers placed outside linebacker Jerry Attaochu on the season-ending injured-reserve list on Saturday. Attaochu suffered a foot injury in last week’s win over the Texans. He had two sacks on the season and was also fourth on the team in special teams tackles. To fill his spot on the roster, the Chargers promoted nose…
Via Pro Football Talk
3 hours ago

Why the Chargers will extend Mike McCoy

Win, lose, or draw, like it or not; Mike McCoy is destined to get a contract extension before the end of the 2016 season. Jamie Hoyle explains why and even scripts the press conference for Tom Telesco and John Spanos. Author's note: While there is a heavy dose of sarcasm in this article, there is nothing sarcastic about the central point, which is McCoy's inevitable contract extension...
Via Bolts From The Blue
8 hours ago

San Diego Chargers: Big wins lead to great feelings

  Sunday was a really good day! The Chargers and Lakers both won! That’s only happened twice this season and I don’t think it happened at all last year. Lakers also won last night in Chicago. Fun to see the So. Cal teams doing better. Also, I’m in a pool in our little community where […] San Diego Chargers: Big wins lead to great feelings - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A San...
Via Bolt Beat
23 hours ago

Hoops always on Gates' mind as he closes in on TD record

SAN DIEGO (AP) Antonio Gates recalls Nick Saban telling him he'd one day be an NFL first-round draft pick and that he could play both football and his beloved basketball at Michigan State. Neither happened. Yet here's Gates, the former basketball star from Kent State, needing three touchdown catches to break Tony Gonzalez's NFL record of 111 for a tight end. Being 6-foot-4 and...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Report: San Diego Chargers expected to announce move to Los Angeles in January

According to reports (first by Eric D. Williams of ESPN), it appears the San Diego Chargers (5-6) could be moving to Los Angeles for the 2017 NFL season and beyond. In her latest, @CaseySudzina explores the Chargers possible move to LA and what it means for both franchises. — Front Office Sports (@frntofficesport) November 21, 2016 The Chargers have...
Via EndZoneScore
1 day ago

They’re Gone: Why else would the Chargers delay talking to San Diego?

Why else would the Chargers be wasting precious time to talk to San Diego unless they are trying to leave for Los Angeles? On today’s podcast, I was joined by my friend John Browner, which gave me an opportunity to explain to him what I thought was going on with the San Diego Chargers potentially moving to San Diego. My argument as to why I believe Jim Trotter’s words yesterday...
Via Bolts From The Blue
1 day ago

Bucs bring three-game winning streak into matchup with Bolts

SAN DIEGO (AP) The San Diego Chargers would like to think that, even at 5-6, they've got a chance to make the playoffs. That's a tall task, considering they'd have to run the table, and they still have to play the top two teams in the AFC West, Oakland and Kansas City, although those games are in San Diego. And here come the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-5), who have won three straight...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

So the Chargers are basically moving to Los Angeles. Right?

Nearly a year ago in January of 2016, the St. Louis Rams announced they would be relocating to Los Angeles. A year later, the San Diego Chargers are right on their tails and could join them shortly in the country’s second biggest TV market. How did we get to this point? On this day in 2015, there were no teams in Los Angeles. Now, we’re on the verge of having two teams in...
Via The Comeback
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Report: Chargers and Raiders fully expected to relocate

Fans of the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers should enjoy their teams while they can. According to Jim Trotter of ESPN, the odds are strong that both will move. Barring unanticipated miracle, I expect Chargers and Raiders to announce in January their plans to relocate - Chargers to LA, Raiders to LV. — Jim Trotter (@JimTrotter_NFL) December 1, 2016 None of this is terribly...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Woodhead chimes in on Fisher's comments about Patriots RBs

Danny Woodhead will not be making a surprise guest appearance with the New England Patriots this weekend, despite what Los Angeles Rams head coach Jeff Fisher may want to believe. On Thursday, Barstool Sports personality PFT Commenter decided to tweet at Woodhead to find out if he was somehow playing for the Patriots this weekend. Woodhead was kind of enough to respond. @PFTCommenter...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Rivers tosses 3 TDs to help Chargers over Texans 21-13

HOUSTON (AP) Philip Rivers threw for 242 yards and three touchdowns to give the San Diego Chargers a 21-13 win over the mistake-prone Houston Texans on Sunday. Dontrelle Inman had 119 yards receiving and a touchdown to help San Diego (5-6) to the victory. The Texans (6-5) lost in Houston for the first time this season after winning their first five here. Playing a large part were...
Via Associated Press
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Dolphins' Williams thinks Qualcomm Stadium may have caused ankle injury

Mario Williams was inactive for Sunday’s game against the Rams due to an ankle injury he sustained in Week 10, and the Dolphins defensive end believes San Diego’s turf played a role in his injury. Williams suffered the injury while chasing Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers last weekend. “I probably stepped in one of those ruts in the field,” Williams said Friday via the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: 'No hurdles' standing in way of Chargers move to L.A.

The San Diego Chargers appear headed to Los Angeles to join the Rams in Inglewood. This eventuality took hold after the city of San Diego failed to pass a ballot measure that would have provided the Chargers with public financing for a new venue. As of right now, the Chargers are reportedly in negotiations with the Rams to discus a potential share of the soon-to-be erected Inglewood...
Via Sportsnaut
13 days ago  |  Discuss

LOOK: Plenty of empty seats at Qualcomm Stadium for Dolphins-Chargers game

The San Diego Chargers are playing well right now, but things aren’t going too well for the organization off the field. San Diego city inhabitants did not support the movement for a new stadium, as only 43 percent of them voted in favor of the proposal to build a new $1.8 billion stadium downtown. Team owner Dean Spanos could now be forced to take the team north–out of San Diego–and...
Via The Sports Daily
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Rivers discusses Chargers' failed stadium funding measure

The future of the NFL in San Diego may still be up in the air but their is one player who is always going to love the town no matter what – Philip Rivers. As Measure C, the ballot initiative that would have allocated taxes towards a new stadium for the Chargers, failed, many around the organization remained upbeat and were able to find good throughout all of the uncertainty....
Via The Comeback
23 days ago  |  Discuss

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